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Bad performance with source engine

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July 15, 2010 10:04:55 AM

Hello,lately I have been reviving low frame rates in almost all of my games besides a few exceptions.

Here are my system specs;
Intel i5 750 @ 2.67
HIS ATI HD5870 1GIG
P7H55-M
OCZ 850W
Cooler Master Elite 310 Red
WD ECO 1tb harddrive + WD 250G
Updated with all current drives and tempatures seem to be normal...

I typically get around 30-100fps but I used to get around 130+

Any help would be apprenticed

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July 15, 2010 3:25:46 PM

What resolution are you playing at?

It sounds like you were playing without vsync before, check to make sure thats not being forced on from the driver, and also within the games you are playing.

The most likely culprit though is the 10.6 drivers. I noticed a large degrade in performance with these in TF2 & BFBC2 (not source but still) (along with a few people i talked to with a similar setup). My solution was rolling back to 10.3a, you could go to 10.4, or even 10.5. Performance is stellar now. I'll just wait for 10.7 before upgrading again.
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July 15, 2010 7:50:10 PM

I usually play at my native resolution of 1680x1050, I have my Vsync option to only be on if the application asked to, I will try rolling back to 1.05 and see if anything happens.
Thanks

Edit: I could only find the 1.04 drivers since it was on my installation disk, I will test teamfortress 2 to see if theres an performance increase.
Edit2:I have gotten an major performance increase out of driver 1.04 almost 300fps in some areas on cp_badlands on my server... Thank you
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July 15, 2010 8:48:33 PM

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July 16, 2010 12:46:37 AM

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